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Amanda Kenuam

iPad's in Special Education Classrooms - 0 views

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    "special education, SPED, Special Needs, iPad, Apple, Schools"
Amanda Kenuam

All for One and One for All - Special Education Inclusion - 0 views

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    "special education, special needs, students, education, schools, inclusion"
jeff trudell

Census in Schools - 9 views

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    We are working on lesson plans, maps, teaching guides, and other informational materials to help teachers and students learn about the importance of the Census. Visit often to keep up with the latest information and materials available from Census in Schools and the 2010 Census
Roger Zuidema

Getting Started - 1 to 1 Schools - 13 views

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    Once schools make the commitment to move to one to one, lots of questions arise about how to make that transformation. Within the past week, I have received multiple emails requesting my recommendations about what steps to take when moving to one to one. First of all, I must say I am extremely excited to receive these requests. Currently, less than ten percent of schools nationwide have one to one, and I think that is a sad statistic. Leaders of one to one schools and those currently making that transition are the trailblazers in education today. Their work has the potential to transform education in a way that hasn't happened in the past 100 years. My recommendations around implementation of one to one focus around two major themes. The first theme is addressing all of the issues that arise with such a major change. The second theme deals with the...
Fred Delventhal

Wordie - 0 views

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    Wordie lets you make lists of words and phrases. Words you love, words you hate, words on a given topic, whatever. Lists are visible to everyone but can be added to by just you, a group of friends, or anyone, as you wish.
Jennifer Dorman

Edmodo - 0 views

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    Edmodo is a private microblogging platform that teachers and students can use to send notes, links, files, alerts, assignments, and events to each other. Teachers also have the ability to mark any post from their classes as public to share with the outside world. You can also create private groups for you and your colleagues to collaborate. It's free & simple to use!
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    edModo - Microblogging in the Classroom
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